By browsing on our website, you are agreeing to our cookies policy.

Print this page
Brussels Airlines Brussels Airlines

Brussels Airlines Unites the World Again at Tomorrowland

After a two-year hiatus, Brussels Airlines was finally back to bringing nearly 25,000 festivalgoers of more than 130 nationalities to Tomorrowland in Boom.

As of July 13, more than 175 flights departed from 69 different airports to Brussels Airport, where passengers felt the rhythm of the festival thanks to DJ sets amongst others.

For the 16th edition of the world's best music festival, 600,000 festivalgoers from more than 200 different countries united in Boom for three weekends of Tomorrowland, this year in the theme "The Reflection of Love." More than 700 artists were programmed across 14 stages. ​

Brussels Airlines sold nearly 13,000 flight packages to music fans flying out of 69 different airports to Belgium for the festival, accounting for nearly 25,000 Tomorrowland passengers travelling to and from Brussels on more than 350 Brussels Airlines flights.

10 of the flights were transformed into exclusive #TMLpartyflights with a live DJ set at an altitude of 10 km.

Michel Moriaux, head of marketing, Brussels Airlines, said, "As Belgium’s home carrier, we are very proud to have been a partner of the globally renowned Belgian festival Tomorrowland for 10 years already. In 2012, we organised the first 25 party flights. We also created the Global Journey packages that year, allowing international festivalgoers to combine the festival with both their hotel or camping stay and their transportation by bus, train or plane. In 2017, we unveiled Amare, a plane with a special Tomorrowland livery, entirely dedicated to the festival. And we are convinced that the future will bring even more beautiful realisations together."